Minnesota House Republicans want more competition in healthcare
AP/Minneapolis Star Tribune, December 12, 2007
Minnesota House Republicans want to loosen regulations limiting the kind of insurance consumers can buy, opening up the state's nonprofit HMO market to more competition. Proponents of the plan say it will drive down prices.
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